This one-of-a-kind international floral show is making a stop in Boston this weekend. A “celebration of global destinations,” the exhibition features 16 floral mannequins inspired by various cultures, people and heritages. Don’t miss the special Instagram-worthy floral swing at View Boston and free floral demonstrations on Saturday afternoon. Visit the Prudential Center Concierge Desk for details.
Those who wish to celebrate and remember their deceased loved ones are invited to participate in a Day of the Dead celebration and altar-making at Spontaneous Celebrations in Jamaica Plain on Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Bring a photo of your loved one, some flowers, incense or some of their favorite things and join in the celebration of life. The event will also include traditional Aztec dances, a meditation circle and community art.
Volunteers are needed to help with planting flower bulbs for next spring at the Savin Hill Wildlife Garden on Saturday at 11am. Grab your garden gloves and tools and head over to help while socializing with neighbors. Plus you can enjoy the last few blooms of the season before they are gone!
The Codman Square Library is calling all Hip Hop heads for a community outdoor dance party featuring live entertainment from A Trike Called Funk. The free event will also feature a graffiti workshop and takes place Saturday from 2pm to 4pm.
Join Fields Corner Main Street for an evening benefiting local small businesses on Saturday at the Blarney Stone from 6pm to 9pm. Enjoy music, silent auctions, raffles, food and plenty of martinis to go around.
This free fitness event is designed to teach participants the proper techniques of walking. Lace-up your shoes and learn more about how to increase endurance, strength and motivation. Class meets at the Franklin Park Golf House on Saturday at 9am. All ages are welcome!
Parents and kids ages 5+ are invited to the Dorchester YMCA on Sunday from 12pm to 2pm to learn more about the world of Girl Scouts and opportunities to get involved. The free event will include a comic book art activity as well as opportunities to meet the team and learn more about badges, service projects and other experiences the Girl Scouts offer in Dorchester.
Don’t miss this inclusive brunch celebrating LGBTQ+ diversity, unity and love at Ghost Pepper on Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. This inclusive event will feature a talented lineup of performers, including musicians, dancers and spoken word artists.
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Create, decorate and paint your own personalized smokeware at a special beginner-friendly pottery class on Monday from 6pm to 8:30pm at Dorchester Brewing. This 2.5 hour event is open to guests aged 21+ and will teach the basics of how to create functional ceramic clay pipes, chillums or bongs.
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